PHOENIX: THE RISING (YA Paranormal Romantic Suspense)
Published January 10, 2013 by Evernight Teen
Read an Excerpt of PHOENIX.
Every 300 years, the immortal Phoenix returns to Mono Lake for its fiery rebirth--but this time it didn't return alone. The Nephilim are back in force, trying to keep it from being reborn so one of them can claim its immortality. But first they have to figure out who the Phoenix is--and any red-haired, green-eyed, seventeen-year-old in the area is fair game. And so, the killing begins...
Julie Mason doesn't believe all this legend crap until she falls for Eli Sullivan, whose hallucination-inducing kiss not only saves her, but makes her the Nephilim’s prime target. But, it's worth the risk. Her death is inevitable...not even Eli can prevent it. All she has to do is keep the Nephilim off Eli’s trail until The Rising. Once Eli is reborn and forgets his past life, Julie’s life is over, whether she’s dead or not. At least that's what she thinks...
THE TIP TOP CAFE' (on submission) Romantic Women's Fiction
One month shy of her eighteenth birthday, a small-town waitress’
self-proclaimed oath of spinsterhood comes to an unexpected end when
her meddling sisters do a bit of matchmaking at the family café. But
when the love of her life is convinced by his parish priest and
overbearing mother that he should enter the priesthood, her dreams of
a future with him vanish as quickly as he can get his truck packed.
After all, who can compete with a call from God? Four long years,
three doomed relationships, and one passionate, chance encounter
later, she learns that this call from God was just a sham based on a
clever concoction of lies, manipulations, and one whopper of a secret.
But now, the young woman has a secret of her own, and it may cost her
more than just the love of her life.
THE HOUSE ON CARROLL STREET (a YA work in progress- inspired by true events)
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USED THINGS (a YA paranormal work in progress)
THE TIP TOP CAFE': FOUR SISTERS (a four book Romance series--Book Two--Moonflower Road in progress at 24,000 words)